India to restrict antibiotic use in feed

India is soon to introduce a law requiring livestock producers to strictly follow a withdrawal period in antibiotic use in feed in an attempt to make meat, milk and eggs free from antibiotic residue.

Friday 2 December 2011 (6 years 8 months 16 days ago)
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India is soon to introduce a law requiring livestock producers to strictly follow a withdrawal period in antibiotic use in feed in an attempt to make meat, milk and eggs free from antibiotic residue.

The law would force feed producers in India to find alternatives to antibiotic growth promoters and livestock producers. At the same time, livestock producers, especially small-scale farmers will have to follow the withdrawal period of drugs used in feed as prescribed by veterinarians.

Thursday December 4, 2011/ Asian Agribusiness.
http://www.asian-agribiz.com/

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